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Two Visions, Two Voices

Barbara Ehrenreich and Doris Grumbach have much in common. Distinctively bright as children, they both went on to earn advanced degrees, become committed social activists, and have successful careers as writers. 670 more words

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God is the God of Truth ... Anywhere and Everywhere

The great Medieval Jewish philosopher, Maimonides, purportedly said, “We must accept truth wherever we find truth.” Touché! If God is the God of truth – more than this, if God… 517 more words


The Lie

The Lie

                ***Some may find this post difficult, offensive or controversial. Please read to the end with an open mind before you critique, or don’t read it at all.*** 2,231 more words



The kingdom of God is an achieved state of mind.

The kingdom of God is His realm destined to arrive in the future. It will arrive one day like a flash (1Th. 554 more words


Prayer as Action for Peace

Editorial note: This was originally written by Terri Stewart for Saturday, September 7, 2013, in response to a call for worldwide prayer and fasting to focus on peace in Syria. 1,074 more words

Terri Stewart

Jamie Dedes reblogged this on THE POET BY DAY and commented:

On The Bardo Group blog this p.m. ... the perfect peace from Terri Stewart ... it is a collection of prayers from many traditions ... Enjoy!

Skaði Part 2

It is important to note, that since about the 1970’s (give or take), the Northern tradition has been reinvigorated and revived into modern times. It is once again a living tradition, dynamic, adaptive, and changing with each new adherent. 1,099 more words